Skip to Content

Personal tools

Grandparenting Events

PEPS for Grandparents

Where Grandparents gather, connect and create connection

PEPS recognizes the vital role of grandparents in their children’s and grandchildren’s lives and offers opportunities for grandparents to come together for support, shared information, and learning.


Grandparent Happy Hours, Brown Bag Lunches & More

Celebrate being a grandparent and connect with other involved and curious grandparents like you at our events for Grandparents. PEPS for Grandparent Events are an opportunity to mingle with other grandparents and have a discussion, guided by an expert facilitator, on a topic relevant to grandparents.

2019 Events


Grandparent Brown Bag Lunch
Thursday, December 5, 12-2 pm
Location: PEPS South Seattle, 2200 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144
Topic: Talking Race and Cultural Differences with Young Children

We know intuitively that talking about race and other cultural differences with our children and grandchildren is important, but many of us struggle with how to approach such a sensitive and often charged topic. Join us for this discussion to unpack your experience around talking about race and cultural differences and walk away with some tools to engage with children around this topic.

Speaker: Leilani Raglin, owner of Raglin Consulting and director of EmpowerWOC Project, social justice advocate and activist with a robust background in business, leadership, organizational development, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Leilani specializes in growing radically authentic, empowered, and equity-minded organizations, leaders, parents, and families, while creating intentional, positive change in the community. Additionally, Leilani served on the PEPS board of directors and participated in PEPS with her now 2-year old son Finn.



Document Actions